Eddie Jones gave Chris Ashton his first start in England for four years believing that his nose for the starting line will be crucial in the long-awaited Saturday clash with New Zealand.
Ashton lined up the right-wing instead of the Jack Nowell bench after impressing during his 15-minute spell as a substitute for a 12-11 victory over South Africa that opened Quilter Internationals.
The thirty-one has accumulated 40 appearances in an international career interrupted by a long series of suspensions, losing the favor of successive English coaches and a long period in Toulon.
Eddie Jones gave Chris Ashton his first departure for England from 2014
The Sale wing came off the bench for her first appearance in four years against South Africa
But his strike rate of 19 attempts makes him a key weapon that Jones insists must be deployed from the start in Twickenham where rivals clash for the first time in four years.
"It's more than a change of order. Jack played exceptionally well for us last week, but when you play against New Zealand the 80 minutes are important, "said Jones.
"Jack has an incredible pace of work, so we feel that for us it will be enormously valuable in the last 20 minutes.
"Chris can sniff an attempt from anywhere. To beat New Zealand you must mark attempts. He's in good shape and looks sharp, so we gave him the assent to get started. "
Manu Tuilagi was tested on Thursday, but did not make Jones's team
Tuilagi recovered from an inguinal tension, but was not thrown to play the side No 1 Test
England against New Zealand teams
Elliot Daly; Chris Ashton, Henry Slade, Ben Te & o, Jonny May; Owen Farrell (co-captain), Ben Youngs; Ben Moon, Dylan Hartley (co-captain), Kyle Sinckler; Maro Itoje, George Kruis; Brad Shields, Mark Wilson, Sam Underhill.
Available: Jamie George, Alec Hepburn, Harry Williams, Charlie Ewels, Courtney Lawes; Danny Care, George Ford, Jack Nowell.
Damian McKenzie; Ben Smith, Jack Goodhue, Sonny Bill Williams, Rieko Ioane; Beauden Barrett, Aaron Smith; Karl You inukuafe, Codie Taylor, Owen Franks; Sam Whitelock, Brodie Retallick; Liam Squire, Kieran Read (captain), Ardie Savea.
Available: Dane Coles, Ofa You 'ungafasi, Nepo Laulala, Scott Barrett, Matt Todd; TJ Perenara, Richie Mo & # 39; unga, Ryan Crotty.
Manu Tuilagi is neglected for the bench while England tries to bring him back in good shape in time for the last two games of the autumn against Japan and Australia.
Tuilagi was supposed to face South Africa as a replacement, but was retired on the eve of the match due to a slight groin strain and although he has now recovered, Jones believes the rampant center is best served by a cautious approach to his return.
The inguinal knee surgery prevented him from leaving for England from 2014 and his most recent appearance was against Wales two years ago.
"Manu is not right. It's almost here and we feel it will be of tremendous value to us in the future, "said Jones.
"Rather than taking risks with him, we are rather cautious in his management.
"He's 99.999%, but he's not right, so we'll see if we can get 100 cents right, it would be nice if it were for Japan, we'll be looking forward to next week."
Two further changes to the team that overthrew South Africa saw Ben Moon returning to Alec Hepburn with his head down and Sam Underhill replacing Tom Curry, who was excluded from the rest of the fall by an ankle injury.
Owen Farrell will start at 10 once again after avoiding any retrospective action from Saturday
Ashton tries to show off his incredible speed in training as he prepares for the All Blacks
Courtney Lawes returns to the bench after overcoming a problem in the lower back, forcing Zach Mercer out of the day 23.
"We looked at a number of possibilities for Curry, but we wanted a like for a similar player and Underhill is like a similar player," Jones said.
"Sam has had some injury problems, but this is a great opportunity for him. He is strong in the breakdown and is committed to filling the role that Tom did so well in the last week. "